Got dirty pots, pans and dishes to clean up? Scrub them clean so they sparkle and shine! Our crocheted scrubbies will help you get the job done.
Our scrubbie patterns are all free for you to use, and we've tried to keep the costs down in every way possible. The patterns listed are all made using cheap, free and / or upcycled materials. We hope you'll find these patterns useful and practical.
Sarah Aguirre is your guide to housekeeping at About.com. Sarah has written an interesting article about how to remove baked-on foods from pots and pans. Part of the secret: a plastic scrubber. There's more to it than that, so be sure to check out Sarah's article; you'll also want to be sure to grab my free instructions for making your own plastic scrubber.
So far, this pot scrubber is my favorite. It's nice and flexible, and it's abrasive enough to get yucky goo off of a pot or pan. As far as scrubbers go, it's even kinda pretty, in a plastic-y, upcycled sort of way.
I love free stuff; don't you? If so, check out this crocheted scrubbie. Not only is the crochet pattern free, the scrubbie is also made using free materials you might already have hanging around your home.